Make sure that you acquire headphones have included a communication device (adapter) that's connected to the computer. Depending on the receiver type, built in headphoneadapter should also work in different ways-some from the earphone is used to receive infrared channel data, other RF, and others are standards for Bluetooth. Therefore, it is highly desirable that the adapter of the appropriate type would be purchased in the kit, and it wouldn't have to pick apart the risk to buy an incompatible device. In this case, note that many laptops have built-in Bluetooth - in this case, you don't need an adapter for Bluetooth headphones.
Connect the adapter to the corresponding connector of the computer. In the case where it is supposed to use the built-in Bluetooth adapter, this step should be skipped. External adapters typically connect to a USB port and the computer operating system independently detects each newly-connected USB device and, if necessary, installs a driver for it from their own base. If for any reason the OS won't be able to makea message appear in the notification area of the taskbar. In this case, you need to install the correct drivers.
Use the software CD from the headphone set for manual driver installation - insert it into the CD and select the appropriate item in the menu that appears. Then follow the wizard to install the driver. If disk driver no for any reason find it usually on the website of the manufacturer of your headphones. In this case, the corresponding file you need to download, if you need to unzip and then run the installation wizard driver.
Install batteries in power case headphones and turn on if the corresponding switch is provided in your headphones. That may be enough to start using them. If this Bluetoothheadphone, you may need to translate them into discovery mode. When working with built-in Bluetooth computer adapter if it previously was not used, it is possible that it will need to include a mechanical switch on the notebook.